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FA Cup live streams: How to watch the 2023/24 season online

By Ben Green

Published: 18:00, 2 January 2024

The 2022/23 FA Cup third round gets underway, with all Premier League clubs entering. 

Manchester City, the current holder, begins their defence at home against Huddersfield Town while the marquee fixture is a showdown between Arsenal and Liverpool.

Elsewhere there’s a tantalising Tyne-Wear derby with Championship team Sunderland and Premier League high-fliers Newcastle locking horns for the first time since March 2016.

How to live stream FA Cup fixtures online:

Bet365* stream a selection of FA Cup matches live for account holders. Those interested in streaming live can take advantage of this service by following the simple steps below.

  • Click on this link.
  • ‘Join now’ and enter details.
  • Log in and fund your account.
  • Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event.

Major European leagues you can watch on bet365**: La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Eredivisie, Portuguese Primeira Liga, Ligue 1

**For local rights-based reasons, some of these leagues cannot be broadcast in certain locations (e.g. Serie A streams are inaccessible in Italy). Please check whether your country of residence is excluded.

*Geo restrictions apply, not available in the UK. 18+ only, not available in the UK. Must have a funded account or placed a bet in the last 24 hours, BeGambleAware. All odds and offers within this article are accurate at the time of writing.

FA Cup fixtures | Third round

Thursday 4 January

  • Crystal Palace vs Everton (8pm, UK time)

Friday 5 January

  • Brentford vs Wolverhampton Wanderers (7:15pm, UK time)
  • Fulham vs Rotherham United (7:30pm, UK time)
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Burnley (8pm, UK time)

Saturday 6 January

  • AFC Wimbledon vs Ipswich Town (12:30pm, UK time)
  • Millwall vs Leicester City (12:30pm, UK time)
  • Coventry City vs Oxford United (12:30pm, UK time)
  • Maidstone United vs Stevenage (12:30pm, UK time)
  • Sunderland vs Newcastle United (12:45pm, UK time)
  • Stoke City vs Brighton & Hove Albion (3pm, UK time)
  • Norwich City vs Bristol Rovers (3pm, UK time)
  • Southampton vs Walsall (3pm, UK time)
  • Watford vs Chesterfield (3pm, UK time)
  • Blackburn Rovers vs Cambridge United (3pm, UK time)
  • Gillingham vs Sheffield United (3pm, UK time)
  • Queens Park Rangers vs AFC Bournemouth (3pm, UK time)
  • Plymouth Argyle vs Sutton United (3pm, UK time)
  • Newport County vs Eastleigh (3pm, UK time)
  • Hull City vs Birmingham City (3pm, UK time)
  • Sheffield Wednesday vs Cardiff City (5:30pm, UK time)
  • Middlesbrough vs Aston Villa (5:30pm, UK time)
  • Swansea City vs Morecambe (5:30pm, UK time)
  • Chelsea vs Preston North End (5:30pm, UK time)

Sunday 7 January

  • Luton Town vs Bolton Wanderers (2pm, UK time)
  • Shrewsbury Town vs Wrexham (2pm, UK time)
  • West Ham vs Bristol City (2pm, UK time)
  • West Bromwich Albion vs Aldershot Town (2pm, UK time)
  • Peterborough United vs Leeds United (2pm, UK time)
  • Nottingham Forest vs Blackpool (2pm, UK time)
  • Manchester City vs Huddersfield Town (2pm, UK time)
  • Arsenal vs Liverpool (4:30pm, UK time)

Monday 8 January

  • Wigan Athletic vs Manchester United (8:15pm, UK time)

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